Building Stronger Teams

Technology’s Problem with Ageism

Why Younger and Older Developers Need Each Other

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If you’re like most young people, the thought of working with an older developer or software engineer sounds boring. Damn these guys are slow; they don’t dress well; they’re fat; they don’t want to learn anything new; they’re crotchety curmudgeons who don’t…

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Technology entrepreneur. Web application architect. Paranormal sci-fi romance writer.

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Beau Beauchamp

Beau Beauchamp

Technology entrepreneur. Web application architect. Paranormal sci-fi romance writer.

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